PM Modi conveys best wishes to Indian contingent on 'Olympic Day'
“I appreciate all those who have represented India in various Olympics over the years,” the Prime Minister tweeted
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Olympic Day on Wednesday conveyed the pride that nation feels for those who have represented India in various Olympics over the years. He also wised the best to the Indian contingent for the Tokyo Olympic.
“Today, on Olympic Day, I appreciate all those who have represented India in various Olympics over the years. Our nation is proud of their contributions to sports and their efforts towards motivating other athletes,” the Prime Minister tweeted.
The Tokyo Olympic is schedule from July 23 to August 8. Sports and youth affairs minister, Kiren Rijiju thanked PM Modi for greeting the Indian contingent on International Olympic Day.
“With just 30 days to go for the Tokyo Olympics, it's time to start cheering—India, India,” Rijiju tweeted.
Ahead of the 32nd Olympic, the government is conducting an online quiz to “extend our moral support to the Indian contingent...” The Olympic quiz aims to “create awareness amongst the countrymen about the Olympics and Indian participation before the start of Olympics.”
The quiz is based on all news and information about the past and present Olympics and Indians athletes who participated.